Masters Of Flat Earth
By: Kirill Shatilov
The Earth, of course, is round. Just not as a ball – rather as a plate. Motionless. Enclosed. Where everything has happened and is happening not the way we are told…
This is one of those rare books that ask the eternal questions: who we are and what the meaning of life is. It answers in many ways allegorically, but that’s the point – to educate not everyone, but only those who are already awake to understand the laws that we are uneducated in by school.
The fates of two completely different characters are intertwined and lead them to realize the simple order of things, to see the difference between religion and faith, between evil and good, between man and woman, between love and… love.
Despite the external ordinariness of the issues raised by the book, the topic is revealed in fiction for the first time.